• Yasmeen Mannan

SENIOR SPOTLIGHT: Zainah Maree

  • Tell me about yourself. When did you come to PVS? What are your hobbies and interests?

I originally attended PVS for Pre-K and Kindergarten, but I switched schools afterward. However, I did return to PVS in fifth grade and have stayed here ever since. I don’t have many hobbies, but I do like to read during my free time.

  • How has COVID-19 impacted your senior year?

As many may know, juniors and seniors have been doing online learning for nearly two years. This is disappointing because it is my last year in high school, and it is best to spend it around other people instead of just staying at home.

  • What is the worst and best thing about being a senior?

The worst thing about being a senior is deciding what to do after graduation, which is extremely stressful. The best thing would be graduating high school and making life-changing decisions that can positively impact you.

  • What do you hope to accomplish throughout or by the end of your senior year? (This can be anything, from academics to personal or non-school related goals)

I hope that I can improve my relationship with Allah (SWT). I also hope that I can increase my knowledge in general.

  • Who is your biggest hero/role model and why?

My role model would probably be my parents because they are hardworking and successful.

  • What will you miss most about your time at PVS?

I will definitely miss the people that make up PVS- from classmates to staff members.

  • What are your plans for college/after graduation?

I am still unsure, but I am currently considering majoring in business or nursing.

  • What advice do you have for the underclassmen?

I would say that even though studying and maintaining good grades is important, you should also be enjoying your time in school. These years go by fast, and you may not have as much free time later as you do now.